Finally, it’s time for National Geographic’s ‘SharkFest’ and I am so excited!
National Geographic had a special debut on Disney+ before airing began for ‘SharkFest on live television.
This is the 10th year of National Geographic’s ‘SharkFest’ and the party got started on Sunday, July 10th, and will run through the remainder of the month of July.
If you don’t have cable, no worries, I’ll tell you how you can still watch if you have cut the cable cord in your home at the end of this article.
First, let me show you the remaining schedule for ‘SharkFest’ 2022!
Thursday, July 14th
- ‘Croc That Ate Jaws Enhanced’ on National Geographic, 7 p.m. ET/PT: Biologist Mike Heithaus investigates who comes out on top when sharks face off.
- ‘Shark Side of the Moon’ on National Geographic, 9 p.m. ET/PT: Shark Side of the Moon presents an unprecedented glimpse into the fascinating lives of hammerhead sharks and their surprising connection to the moon.
- ‘Sharks That Eat Everything’ on National Geographic, 10 p.m. ET/PT: From sardines and seals to submarines and suits of armor, nothing is safe from sharks’ inquisitive jaws.
Saturday, July 16th
- ‘Planet Shark’ on National Geographic, 8 p.m. ET/PT: 4K archive footage with original content from the world’s leading shark scientists.
Sunday, July 17th
- ‘Jaws vs. Boats’ on National Geographic, 8 p.m. ET/PT: Viral videos of sharks attacking boats abound. Dr. Mike Heithaus and PHD Candidate Sara Casareto investigate what’s causing this clash.
Monday, July 18th
- ‘Shark Attack Files’ 8-episode series on National Geographic, July 18 at 8 p.m. ET/PT with another episode following at 9 p.m. ET/PT: The most dramatic shark attacks and theories surrounding them.
- ‘World’s Biggest Hammerhead?’ on National Geographic, 10 p.m. ET/PT: A team of scientists in Florida investigate the Florida coast to try and find the world’s biggest hammerhead.
Tuesday, July 19th
- ‘Jaws Invasion’ on National Geographic, 10 p.m. ET/PT. From golf courses and backyards, to ponds and swimming pools; sharks are invading unexpected places. Learn how they end up in these waters and why.
You can watch ‘SharkFest’ on National Geographic, ABC, and ESPN, you can even jump on with a free trial through FuboTV.
Every show detailed above will be available on Disney+ to stream!